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Help for Eclipse Plugin Development

 
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Hi,
I am new for Eclipse plugin development.
Please give me some links for start from basics.

thanks in advance.

Sanjay.
 
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If you've installed the Eclipse PDE (Plug-in Development Environment), then you can find a lot of information in the help files included with Eclipse.

Here is a tutorial from the Eclipse website which is unfortunately a bit old (from 2003), but probably still interesting. Try searching Google for "eclipse plug-in tutorial" or similar terms.

There are also books available, for example this one.

Also have a look at the Eclipse RCP (Rich Client Platform).
 
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Thanks.
I have gone through this.
I want more information on Plugin Development for Lotus notes.

Thanks in advance.
Sanjay.
 
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